Census Response Rate Map

Census Response Rate Map
Posted on 03/19/2020
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Are you curious about how many people in your community are responding to the 2020 Census? This spring, you'll be able stay up to date with a map of self-response rates from across the United States.

The U.S. Census Bureau has launched an interactive map to help community leaders, the media, and the public track self-response to the 2020 Census. The map, available on 2020census.gov/response-rates, currently displays 2010 Census self-response rates as a reference point for states, counties, cities, census tracts, and various other geographies around the country.

Beginning March 20, 2020, the Census Bureau will update the map daily to reflect current 2020 self-response rates for geographies including states, counties, census tracts, congressional districts, towns or townships, consolidated cities, incorporated places, tribal areas, and tribal census tracts. This map will show only self-response rates where census forms were completed online, by mail, or by phone. The remainder of households will be counted in person by census takers.

Check out the response rates map, and click RESPOND in the upper right hand corner. You can fill out the Census questionnaire in a few minutes from the comfort of your own home.